charge (something) (up) to (something)

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charge (something) (up) to (something)

To pay for something from a specific account or category of funds. When you're traveling, just charge everything up to your company account. A: "Will I get reimbursed if I charge this plane ticket to my personal card?" B: "Just charge it to petty cash instead."
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charge something up to someone or something

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to place the cost of something on the account of someone or a group. (Also without up.) I will have to charge this up to your account. Do you have to charge this to my account? Are you ready to charge up the total to my bill?
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These materials generally contribute a negative charge to the paper machine system.
The higher the resistivity, the better the label will accept the charge without bleeding the charge to ground when it contacts the metal mold cavity.
The conveyor transports the 4-ton charge to one of three preheat stations.
I've even had a vendor or two post-date when they charge to my card," says Hughes, whose business supplies promotional and private label baseball caps to such retail clients as Liz Claiborne.
But, the new report shows, the nation's 100 most expensive hospitals set their gross charges at an average of 680% (up from 673% in 2002-2003) of their costs -- meaning the average top 100 hospitals would bill $680 for a patient's case where the actual costs were $100, or a 680% charge to cost ratio.
As with other strategic developments, companies generally face ratings implications in two ways: Standard & Poor's assessment of the new development on our opinion of management and corporate strategy and our determination of an appropriate capital charge to address added risk.
Being an integral component of the transaction flow, Intec's DCP is continuously available to reserve, monitor and update pre-paid balance credits, calculating the price through integration to third party rating engines or billing systems, providing advice of charge to the user, verifying service delivery, and providing service control logic to selectively signal session redirection to a customer service portal for subscribers that have reached a low balance threshold.
The top 10 most expensive hospitals on the list by gross charge to cost ratio are:
Corning expects to record a fourth-quarter pre-tax charge of $90 million related to the release of restrictions on Corning common stock held by employees, a $60 million pre-tax charge to write off inventory in the telecommunications segment, primarily in the Photonic Technologies business, and a $28 million write-off of an intellectual property investment.
SBC is also significantly reducing the shipping and handling charge to $89, and this charge will be billed at the time the order is placed.
Furthermore, this $150 million loss should have been reflected as a charge to income, under GAAP, and was not, thereby masking the Company's true, and impaired, financial condition and prospects.
If the battery voltage is below the low-voltage threshold, the bq2000 uses trickle charge to condition the battery.
accounted for as a pooling of interests), and a $1,900,000 pretax charge to adjust the carrying value of certain intangible assets associated with a review of the operations of the Company's insurance business activities.
Since its founding in 1968 MCI has been a leader in bringing the benefits of long distance competition to businesses and consumers and is now leading the charge to open U.